David Batt MP
Building a Better Bundaberg
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I am incredibly humbled to be your State Member for Bundaberg.
As your strong local voice, I am committed to holding the Government to account and fighting for Bundaberg's fair share.
Whilst it disappoints me our local community is not being listened to by our Government, I won’t stop advocating for great investment towards projects which create jobs, support local business, fix dangerous roads, air-condition schools, make school zones safer, lower Queensland’s debt, implement flood mitigation, lower fuel and electricity prices, guarantee a new hospital, fund a drug and alcohol rehab centre and implement projects that generally make life for Bundaberg residents better and easier.
The five new taxes recently announced by Annastacia Palaszczuk are a clear insult to the many hard working families in Bundaberg and aren’t the answer to fixing Labor’s consistent financial woes.
I am proud to be a member of Deb Frecklington’s LNP team, and together, we are committed to securing Queensland’s future. One where our best days are ahead of us. Our LNP team is building a better Queensland, and here in Bundy, together with you, we are building a better Bundaberg. Our recently launched economic plan is available to view.
I would love the opportunity to meet with you and discuss anything you would like to raise. Simply get in touch with my office to arrange a suitable time!
David Batt MP
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington today called for an immediate halt to the tearing down of the Paradise Dam wall after the Commission of Inquiry’s report into the dam recommended that
Queensland Law Reform Commissioned with drafting legislation for voluntary assisted dying in Queensland
“On Wednesday (21 May 2020), the Premier requested the Queensland Law Reform Commission be tasked with preparing draft legislation for voluntary assisted dying in Queensland, with a deadline of 1
State Member for Bundaberg David Batt is thrilled to see funding announced for two key road projects he has been fighting for since before the last state election in 2017.